... Well, let me see....Blebeau, you wouldn't happen to work for Biotest would you? (16 replies)
... I've been on Myalgistat for a month now and I feel GREAT!!!! ... (16 replies)
... I've been doing some research on Myalgistat for my girlfriend, and it seems that it's based on a weightloss product called Hot-Rox. People who were taking hot-rox for weightloss were noticing their Fibro symptoms diminishing. It's my understanding that these products take a while to work, 2 weeks to a month, so you may have given up too quickly on Myalgistat.
I've ordered... (16 replies)
... oes not have any stimulants in it. The second week... it does nothing. Since i am on Synthroid, I would think this would work better on me than anyone else since Myalgistat is suppose to convert the T4 thyroid hormone to T3. Anyway, I thought I'd let you know. Go thing they give you a money back guarantee. ... (0 replies)
... in pain and the usual Fibro fog where I just could not get off the couch. I took two tramadol's and a half a Vicodin I hurt so bad today. At about 4 pm I took a Myalgistat pill. I can't believe it, but I'm cleaning the house now where and hour or two ago I couldn't move. ... (16 replies)
... I still haven't tried Myalgistat yet but I'm looking foward to it. ... (16 replies)
... Well I got my pills today. I will begin taking them Feb 1st. Dr. Mike Leahy of Colorado Springs, supposedly has had success in treating Fibro patients with Myalgistat supplements. Myalgistat is suppose to help convert the T4 Thyroid Hormone to T3 Thyroid Hormone. ... (16 replies)
... I also asked for data and info on this so called doctor that did this research. You would think he'd post some results on the web. Biotest did not have the info either. Very suspicious. I also asked if you can take this stuff if you are on Synthroid. No one can answer that question. They said ask my doctor. My doctor never heard of the stuff since no one published the research... (16 replies)
... No I don't work for them. But I am in the health field and have tried various medications
and "holistic" approaches with no help except from muscle relaxants. My daughter also
has fibro and it is just beginning to help her. Maybe it's gotten too much bad publicity,
but I've recently tried to log onto myslgistat.com and it came up "forbitten" and it wouldn't let me get... (16 replies)
... All sounds too good to be true to me. (16 replies)
Did anyone ever try this myalgistat. I was just browsing through old posts and thought I would bump this one up.
Lyn in Michigan :) (8 replies)
... It's important to point out that Myalgistat is supposed to be taken for a month to be effective. ... (2 replies)
... I think if you look at previous threads, Myalgistat was a topic around the first of the month. It sounds familiar, anyway. ... (2 replies)
... I am so sorry it wasn't any good. As far as the ribose, I asked my doc, who has been right on so far! He said the only single supplements he has seen work well are COQ10 and acetyl - l - carnitine.
I use a fast melt CoQ10 (100mg) from Douglas Labs and the acetyl is pharmacuetical grade.
The acetyl takes a few months to work well, but the CoQ10 is quick! They are... (16 replies)
... I'm sending mine back. (16 replies)
... Well, I finally built up the nerve to take it after being afraid to for some time. I took 1 pill yesterday evening and within a couple of hours I got that all to familiar ill feelings like I get from everything else I take. I started feeling a little strange and irritable and all of a sudden extremely hungry. After I ate I felt a little better I guess so I went to sleep. ... (16 replies)
... By so far so good, I meant that in practice, it is showing some benefit for those suffering from Fibro. The company the makes Myalgistat are supposidly going to engage in more long-term research in this product. Maybe they can even improve the formulation. I haven't tried it yet, but I'm eager...just a little nervous about it...I've had several bad reactions to other things... (3 replies)
... I asked my doctor about Myalgistat. He remarked that if a person has trouble converting T4 to T3 that the mineral selenium is the answer and less expensive.
If you don't have enough thyroid hormone to work with in the beginning, he said the only answer is - you guessed it - more thyroid hormone!
Oh the simplicity of it all! Let us know if you try it and what... (3 replies)
... That's very interesting...i've read several accounts that state Fibro may be entirely caused by a faulty T4 to T3 conversion pathway. Ever heard of a product called Myalgistat? Its supposed to correct that process without causing your own natural thyroid levels to be suppressed...Its very new but so far so good. I'm gonna try it myself very soon. (3 replies)
... Well I'm ready to get my money back. It does nothing for the pain and stiffness. Have you tried it yet? My next supplement is Ribose, which I read about on the Fibro info site where they talk about new drugs and treatment. (16 replies)